The October nominations for the Sky Bet Championship Goal of the Month Award are...
Yakou Meite – READING v Rotherham United – 24th October
Meite combined an overhead kick with a scissors kick to thunder home a goal that looks better with every viewing – testimony to both speed of thought and his acrobatic brilliance.
Alex Mowatt – Millwall v BARNSLEY – 24th October
As Mowatt rushed forward, a headed clearance bounced towards him. Without breaking his stride, he allowed the ball to roll off his body and caught it with a stunning left-foot volley.
Jayden Stockley – PRESTON NORTH END v Birmingham City – 31st October
When a player known for his heading ability chests a ball 30 yards out, the last thing you expect him to do is catch it so sweetly as it drops, it is dipping under the bar a moment later.
The October nominations for the Sky Bet League One Goal of the Month Award are...
Marcus Harness – Burton Albion v PORTSMOUTH – 3rd October
Having already scored two beauties, Harness topped them both to clinch his hat-trick. A crafty backheel sent the ball into space before he lifted a deft clip into the far bottom corner.
Callum Camps – FLEETWOOD TOWN v Oxford United – 31st October
As he hurried upfield in support, Camps suddenly found the ball speeding towards him. He dropped anchor, balanced himself and sent in a lazy, looping shot that found the top corner.
Ben Whiteman – DONCASTER ROVERS v Lincoln City – 31st October
Whiteman was in constant motion as he laid off a wall pass, collected the return on the run, touched the ball forward and then calmly judged his strike of a bouncing ball to perfection.
The October nominations for the Sky Bet League Two Goal of the Month Award are...
Scott Twine – Cambridge United v NEWPORT COUNTY – 10th October
Twine had thoughts of passing the ball on when he skipped away from a challenge in midfield. That was until he saw the opportunity to strike a searing 25-yard shot in off the bar.
Zak Dearnley – OLDHAM ATHLETIC v Carlisle United – 20th October
With two Carlisle defenders around him, Dearnley played the magic disappearing ball trick to drag the ball into his path on the turn. He followed that up with a delightfully clipped finish.
George Nurse – Bradford City v WALSALL – 20th October
A lot of left-backs have a great left foot, but they still aren’t supposed to go on a rampaging run from the halfway line, weave in and out and unleash a low shot into the bottom corner.
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